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HOW TO SAVE $$$ IN 2021

52 PROVEN TIPS AND TRICKS TO KEEP YOUR MONEY IN THE (PIGGY) BANK

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January/February 2021

Pass It On

In the best mentoring relationships, everybody learns

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January/February 2021

The Cousin who Saved My Life

With my kidneys failing and an interminable waiting list for an organ donation, my situation was dire—until I received the ultimate gift

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January/February 2021

Minority Report

How Asian Canadians are fighting a rise in pandemic racism

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January/February 2021

INTER-PURR-SONAL COM-MEOW-NICATION

HUMAN, We, your most excellent and unbiased cats, have been experiencing ongoing relational issues with you, which we’d like to resolve promptly. We have compiled legitimate scientific litter-ature below. We trust it will help to guide you in improving your behaviour.

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January/February 2021

Hot Stuff

HOW THE NORTH INVENTED THE SCIENCE OF PARKAS

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January/February 2021

How Can I Thrive in Isolation?

We ask Dr. Rima Styra, psychiatrist

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January/February 2021

Dancing Queen

In between the aches and embarrassment, my adult ballet class became a source of unexpected joy

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January/February 2021

The Truth About Talk Therapy

1 Therapy is for anyone, any time. “Therapy can enrich your life by making you understand why you repeat certain patterns,” says Carrie Foster, a Montreal psychotherapist. “You don’t need to be in crisis, though that’s when most people come in.”

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January/February 2021

The Truth About Pet Adoption

FACT CHECK

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December 2020

SAFE IN THE STACKS

How I created a sanctuary for teenagers in my library

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December 2020

OLD SCHOOL

I started playing the trumpet at 42. Why learning new skills as an adult is easier—and more fun—than you think.

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December 2020

Hunger Gains

How a Toronto charity feeds thousands with surplus restaurant food

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December 2020

House of Cards

In my family, a game of euchre is the answer to everything

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December 2020

Home for the Holidays

In a year when so many of us are kept apart, a tribute to the comfort and joy of gathering with family and friends

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December 2020

DIABETES D.I.Y.

How patients built a simple phone app that does a better job than your pancreas

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December 2020

Beware Winter Rays

Melanoma is a risk—even in the snowy months

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December 2020

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER

My diculties fiing in, my problems at work and my divorce all made sense when, at 46, I discovered I was autistic.

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December 2020

A Star Is Born

A chance encounter with a waiting room songstress pulled my dad out of his Alzheimer’s fog

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December 2020

The Benefits of Self-Care

Simple ways to boost your resiliency during tough times

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November 2020

NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF MEDICINE

EXERCISES FOR BANISHING LOWER BACK PAIN

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Reader's Digest Canada
November 2020

I ACCIDENTALLY BOUGHT A BAG OF NO-PURPOSE FLOUR. NOW WHAT???

LOOK. LISTEN. WHEN you’re a busy career woman and mom of 17 who’s always on the go and just trying to have it all, grocery trips need to be quick, efficient affairs. I’ve learned to anticipate well in advance that at some point, my 284-week-old triplets will once again want to make ferret-shaped cupcakes. And I’ve learned to be prepared. Or so I thought.

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November 2020

Cooking Through Grief

After her husband died, my mother-in-law found solace in sharing his favourite meals

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November 2020

The Truth About House Fires

FACT CHECK

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Reader's Digest Canada
November 2020

Westworld

In her new book Along the Western Front, the photographer Leah Hennel captures the ranches, rodeos and romance of Southern and Central Alberta

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November 2020

How Do Masks Protect Me?

We ask family physician and Masks4Canada organizer Amy Tan

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Reader's Digest Canada
November 2020

Breast Friend

How an Ontario doctor is improving women’s cancer care

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Reader's Digest Canada
November 2020

WHAT'S WRONG WITH ME?

EVEN BEFORE JOSH was born in 2007 in South Australia, his parents, Nicole and Andy, knew there was a chance their baby might have a severe disorder that could affect the course of his life. His older sister, Lauren, had stopped meeting milestones just after turning one. As she grew, she gradually lost her mastery of skills like walking and speaking. Despite extensive testing, she remained undiagnosed, but doctors suspected it was a genetic condition.

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Reader's Digest Canada
November 2020

Body, Heal Thyself

Why do wounds mend more slowly as we age?

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November 2020

Open Up and Say Ha Ha

The surprising reasons laughing is good for you

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Reader's Digest Canada
October 2020

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